Temporary Exhibit

Glue, Paper & Scissors

The life and work of Claude Lafortune

Starting June 21st, the traveling exhibition Glue, Paper & Scissors will dazzle by the vivacity, originality, colors and genius of master artist Claude Lafortune.

Since 2011, this exhibition has been seen by more than 100,000 people in Quebec and New Brunswick!

The exhibition will present some 15 paper sculptures, among them some biblical characters, including the Enfant-Jésus, which the artist generously accepted to lend, as well as historical figures related to Montreal's history, staring the founders Jeanne Mance, Marguerite Bourgeoys, Paul Chomedey de Maisonneuve and the famous explorer Samuel de Champlain.

A talented and tireless artist who has dabbled in many things, Claude Lafortune has had a wonderful influence on Quebec religious education, captivating generations of students with his original sculptures.

Reawaken the child within you and embark on a voyage of discovery of this remarkable man. You will be amazed by the vividness, originality, colours-in short, the genius-of his work.

Glue, Paper, Scissors is an itinirary exhibition from the Musée des Religions du Monde.

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Musée Marguerite-Bourgeoys
Chapelle Notre-Dame-de-Bon-Secours

Address
400, rue Saint-Paul Est
Vieux-Montréal
Métro Champ-de-Mars
Phone
514 282-8670
Fax
514 282-8672
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